Pallet wood coffee table.

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Project by Mustang67 posted 153 days ago 623 views 1 time favorited 5 comments Add to Favorites Watch

Reclaimed pallet wood table. Much of it appears to be maple. The legs are poplar. Stained with cabernet and finished with 3 coats of polyurethane.

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Mark Shymanski

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#1 posted 153 days ago

Either you did a great job on this or the pallets you get are super high quality:-) A very nice table!

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Matt in Franklin

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#2 posted 153 days ago

how much wine did you use and did you mix it with something else?

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#3 posted 153 days ago

A very good result from pallets I must say.

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#4 posted 153 days ago

Thanks guys. Mark, I don’t think I get exceptional pallets. The top is made from the stringers of two way pallets with the nail holes on the glued edges. The legs do have some nail holes on the inside. The apron and outside boards are laminated deck boards. You can see a few nail holes there. Matt sorry, drank all the wine, but by that time it looked like a good color. Actually the guy I built it for asked for a red to go with the other furniture in the room. He also had some Asian art in the room which inspired the apron design.

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#5 posted 153 days ago

Very nice job!!!


-- Gerardo from Argentina.

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